Along with Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly Elections, Bypolls across 51 assembly seats, two Lok Sabha constituencies was also conducted across 17 states and one union territory on, Monday, October 21. Assembly elections are also being conducted in Haryana and Maharashtra constituencies.
The most number of seats going to bypolls are in Uttar Pradesh ie 11. These are: Pratapgarh, Zaidpur, Balha, Ghosi, Gangoh, Govind Nagar, Rampur, Iglas, Lucknow Cantonment, Manikpur, Jalalpur. Among these the maximum candidates, 13 each, are from Lucknow Cantonment and Jalalpur assembly constituencies, followed by 12 in Ghosi and 11 each in Gangoh, Pratapgarh and Balha (SC).
A four-cornered contest will be witnessed on all seats of Uttar Pradesh with the BJP, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Samajwadi Party (SP) and Congress trying their luck.
3:30 PM | Alpesh Thakor loses from Radhanpur assembly constituency
11:54 AM | BJD candidate Rita Sahu surpasses Chief Minister & BJD supremo Naveen Patnaik’s winning margin of 57,122; after 12th round of counting, Sahu is leading Bijepur Bypoll race by 59,666 votes
11:30 AM | Congress’s John Kumar wins from Kamraj Nagar in Puducherry
10:00 AM | Punjab: Congress ahead in 3 constituencies, Shiromani Akali Dal leads in 1 constituency
9:40 AM | SP’ Tazeen Fatima leading with 6,364 votes from Rampur
8:10 AM | Chhattisgarh Assembly bypolls counting
Counting of votes for Chitrakot Assembly bypoll began at 8 am amid tight security.
8:50 AM | Samajwadi Party’s leads in Gangoh and Zaidpur constituencies